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Cadets visit the Residents

Staff of Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center thank Shirley Swiesz as well as the cadets and staff of the Challenge Academy for the beautiful flowers they brought the residents. It made them so happy to get this little touch of Spring for their rooms.

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Harlan HRC Administrator Wins Award

The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) honored Gail Hensley, administrator of Harlan Health & Rehabilitation Center, with the 2019 Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. The leadership award was celebrated at ACHCA’s Annual Convocation and Exposition in Louisville in March. Only 7 percent of facilities nationwide qualified. This year, 1,129 facilities met the selection…

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Happy Administrative Professional Day

April 24 is National Administrative Professional Day. Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center celebrated their awesome staff of administrative professionals. You guys are the best that any facility can ask for and residents and staff are very lucky to have you all.

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Thank You to the Volunteers

Staff at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center held their annual Volunteer Banquet the other day to show their appreciation for the wonderful volunteers. There are so many great volunteers who donate their time to making the resident’s lives better. Each and every one of you is very much appreciated.

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Easter Party 2019

Residents and staff of Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center had a wonderful time over the weekend celebrating Easter. There was a party thrown with one of the volunteers dressing as an Easter bunny. Thank you to all who helped put this social event on for the residents. Happy Easter and hope all had a blessed…

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Monthly Challenge: Watch me Bloom

The therapy team at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center participated in a Monthly Challenge and the theme was “Watch me Bloom”. The activity was to plant a pansy and watch it Bloom. Residents painted a flowerpot in the color/pattern they wanted. Therapy encouraged residents to reminisce about the past with loved ones. This task encouraged…

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Key Facts into picking a Health Facility

Health facilities or health care facilities are places that provide health care. That include hospitals, clinics, outpatient care centers, and specialized care centers. When you choose a health facility, you might want to consider: How close it is to where you live or work Whether your health insurance will pay for services there Whether your…

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April is Occupational Therapy Month

April is Occupational Therapy Month and Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center wants to take this opportunity to let their Occupational Therapy staff know how much their hard work is appreciated. O.T. is an important part of the rehabilitation program and the facility wants to thank them for all they do for the residents every day.…

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Happy Doctors’ Day

The other day was Doctors’ Day and Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center celebrated their incredible staff of physicians with warm wishes and gratitude. The care they show the residents on a daily basis is amazing to see and all staff are so appreciative for their hard work. Thank you to Dr. Dahhan, Medical Director; Dr.…

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Happy Social Worker Month 2019

March is National Social Worker Month and Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to recognize their social worker, Amy Aslinger. The facility is blessed to have someone who loves the residents so much and always goes above and beyond to help them. Thanks, Amy, for all you do every day.